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1. Auroral Observations [Auroral_Observations]
Observation of auroral displays at the Italian Antarctica Station Mario Zucchelli located at Terra Nova Bay to investigate the physical processes responsible for magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling ...


2. Sudden Impulses of Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure studied by means of SuperDARN radars [SD-Coco]
The Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) has been developed in the last 10 years for the study of the high latitude ionosphere in the framework of Solar-Terrestrial ...


3. UV in Southern Polar regions [Antar-UV_Data]
Study of the solar UV spectral irradiance in southern polar regions, ground-based measurements were carried out in 2 sites. 1 - Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina) 2 - Belgrano ...


4. Auroral images at frequencies 6300 A, 5577 A, 4278 A, and white light taken at the Argentinian antarctic station Belgrano II [IMA-01]
Optical observations of auroral displays are performed by a camera with a field of view of 180 degrees: the all-sky camera. A prototype camera has been delivered to the Argentinian base General Belgrano ...


5. Cosmic Ray Latitude Survey: 1996-1997 [CosmicRayLatitudeSurv1996-1997]
During the 1996-97 austral summer, a period of solar minimum, we operated a neutron monitor on board the ship Italica of the Italian Antarctic Programme to record cosmic ray neutron intensities in ...


6. Ionospheric vertical sounding [Ionospheric_vertical_sounding]
Ionospheric observations, using radio techniques, are an important part of the aeronomic studies that may be carried out in polar zones where the peculiarity of the physical phenomena, due to the ...


7. Ionospheric absorption derived by riometers measurements at 30/38.2 MHz. [ionospheric_absorption]
Cosmic noise is received at 30/38.2 MHz by a solid state riometer and dual dipole antenna at Terra Nova Bay, Italian Antarctic Base. These kind of measurements are useful to determine the ionospheric ...


8. helioseismology and asteroseismology in Antarctica [helioseismol-asteroseismol]
At the University of Rome we have prepared two MOFs (Magneto-Optical Filters), one working with Potassium vapors (779 nm spectral line) and the other working with Sodium (589 nm). The two spectral ...


9. RIOMETER DATA, IONOSPHERIC ABSORPTION [RIO-01]
Cosmic noise is received at 38.2 MHz by a solid state Riometer and dual dipole antenna at Terra Nova Bay, Italian Antarctic Base. These kind of measurements are useful to determine the ionospheric ...


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